With a recovery plan worth 4.3 billion euros, Flemish Prime Minister Jambon is doing what the economists had asked him to do: invest fully to help Flanders out of the corona crisis. At the same time, he has high ambitions to digitize and tackle the regulatory urge. “But where is the approach to poverty?” Asks the opposition.
Flemish Prime Minister Jan Jambon (N-VA) is not happy with his September statements – his annual state of the union. The first time, last year, took place at the beginning of October, due …
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